This past Sunday, the 89th Annual Academy Awards did more than award great films and acting, it also celebrated diversity, technological innovation, as well as the power of strong mentorship. Continue reading The Oscars Makes Strides in Diversity and Technological Advancement
EOD Warrior Foundation helps EOD veterans through community donations and support Continue reading EOD Warriors Teams up with Tackitt Family Vineyards for FUNdraisers
White House reporters have been working hard lately, and actor Tom Hanks just sent them a gift to let them know he appreciates them. Continue reading Tom Hanks Gave the White House Press Corps an Espresso Machine
The Invictus Games Toronto 2017 will feature more than 550 competitors from 17 participating allied nations. The Invictus Games guest blog will allow us to showcase the stories and journeys of the competitors, friends and families from across the world who will be coming to Toronto this September. Continue reading The Invictus Games
A Calvary Chapel High School graduate and Huntington Beach, Calif. native is serving in the U.S. Navy with Commander Strike Fighter Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (CSFWP). Continue reading Sailor Spotlight– Native Supports Naval Aviation Modernization
Square Deal for Vets is a War Veterans organization. The goal is to channel and organize a new national movement of veterans and caregivers and provide them with a platform to engage in a wide array of political, media and advocacy activities on the local, state and national level in support of veteran’s needs and priorities. Square Deal for Vets will work with the President, Congress, stakeholders and the media to ensure that the “Square Deal” that they were promised in 2016 becomes a reality.
Combining his twin passions of painting and working to help military veterans, former president George W. Bush’s new book aims to help those who have served our country in their transition to civilian life. Continue reading George W. Bush highlights military veterans in new book ‘Portraits of Courage’
By: Les Davis, MA (Director of Military Affairs at International Education Corporation)
Before I researched why the post-Vietnam generation of Veterans were not joining Veteran Service Organizations (VSO), I asked myself, “Why wouldn’t veterans want to be around other veterans?” Truly, participating in a VSO provides a unique opportunity to serve our community with people from all walks of life, and also offers the opportunity to share the bond and comradery that melds us together as proud United States Veterans. Continue reading Why are the younger Veterans avoiding the Veteran Service Organizations?
Cronkite junior Chris Cadeau uses experience, platform to break stereotypes that surround returning soldiers Continue reading ASU radio show gives voice to veterans